Continuing Korean: Second Edition (Includes Audio CD)

Continuing Korean: Second Edition (Includes Audio CD)

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Following Elementary Korean, Continuing Korean is the second volume in Ross King and Jaehoon Yeon's popular series of college-level Korean textbooks.

This volume is aimed at the student with one year of Korean language study under their belt, and particularly the student who has mastered the patterns and vocabulary introduced in King and Yeon's Elementary Korean, the first book in this series.

Each of the fifteen chapters in Continuing Korean introduces the new language in context, through dialogues and reading passages featuring the Murphy family and the Kim family, followed by vocabulary, grammar points, and exercises—all designed to learn Korean as thoroughly as possible. Every five chapters there is a short review section to consolidate language learned so far. All dialogues, reading texts, vocabulary words, and example sentences are given in Korean Hangul and English. An accompanying free audio-CD provides native-speaker recordings of dialogues, reading passages, and key words and phrases. Concise grammar notes in English, extensive glossaries, and an answer key makes this book suitable for those studying alone, as well as for classroom use.

All disc content is alternatively accessible on tuttlepublishing.com/downloadable-content.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780804845151
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Publication date: 06/16/2015
Edition description: Paperback with disc
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 253,025
Product dimensions: 9.90(w) x 7.50(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Ross King, Ph.D., is Professor of Korean and Head of the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia. He completed his B.A. in Linguistics at Yale and his doctorate in Linguistics (Korean) at Harvard. Dr. King taught Korean language and linguistics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, from 1990 to 1994, before accepting his current position. Dr. King's research interests range from Korean historical grammar, dialectology and pedagogy to the language, culture and history of the ethnic Korean minority in the former Soviet Union. He also serves as Dean of the Korean Language Village at Concordia Language Villages, a Korean language and culture summer immersion program for young people ages 7 to 18 that is based in northern Minnesota.

Jaehoon Yeon, Ph.D., is Professor of Korean Language and Linguistics and Chair of the Centre of Korean Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He is the author of Korean Grammatical Constructions: Their Form and Meaning (Saffron Books, London) and the co-author of Korean: A Comprehensive Grammar (Routledge), Complete Korean: Teach Yourself (Hodder Education) and Integrated Korean: Advanced I, II (University of Hawaii Press). He has published many articles on Korean grammar and linguistics. He has been teaching Korean language and linguistics at SOAS since 1989. Dr. Yeon's research interests include a wide range of Korean linguistics (especially morpho-syntax) and linguistic typology, Korean language pedagogy, and translation.

Insun Lee is Senior Instructor of Korean at the University of British Columbia. She received her BA in English Language and Literature from Sacred Heart College for Women, Korea. She also has a Graduate Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of Alberta, and an MA in Language Education from the University of British Columbia.

Table of Contents

Preface ix

About This Book x

Cast of Characters in the Book xvi

Lesson 16 Sorry I'm late 1

Korean Dialogues 1

Vocabulary 2

Lesson Notes 5

16.1 Verbs: The <$$$> Form 5

16.1.1 How to Make <$$$> Form 5

16.1.2 The Meaning of <$$$> Forms 7

16.1.3 Uses of the <$$$> Form: And 7

16.1.4 Negative <$$$> Forms 9

16.2 Verbs: More on the Infinitive <$$$> Form 10

16.2.1 Uses of the Infinitive I: Review of Polite Style 11

16.2.2 Uses of the Infinitive II: with the Particle? 11

16.2.2.1 Two Kinds of <$$$> 11

16.2.2.2 <$$$>: I'm glad that …; Good thing that … 13

16.2.2.3 <$$$>: Copula 13

16.2.2.4 The Difference between <$$$> and <$$$> 15

16.3 Unfinished Sentences and Afterthoughts <$$$> with and <$$$> 16

16.4 Descriptive Verb <$$$> so <$$$>: so … / I could die 17

16.5 Noun <$$$>, Noun <$$$>: about, concerning 18

16.6 <$$$>: … you see? 19

Exercises 19

Lesson 17 Have you ever tried yukkaejang and kimchee? 23

Korean Dialogues 23

Vocabulary 24

Lesson Notes 28

17.1 Uses of the Infinitive III: Turning Descriptive Verbs into Processive Verbs with <$$$> 28

17.2 Uses of the Infinitive IV: Compound Verbs 31

17.2.1 Compound Verbs with <$$$> and <$$$> 31

17.2.2 Compound Verbs: Resultant States with <$$$> 32

17.3 The Exploratory Pattern in <$$$> 33

17.4 Doing Favors with <$$$> 34

17.5 Verbs: Nominalizer Form <$$$> 35

17.6 Other Nounlike Uses of <$$$> Forms 37

17.7 Plain Base + <$$$>: Begin to 38

17.8 Any Base + <$$$>: Because 39

17.9 Plain Base + <$$$>: Before 40

Exercises

Lesson 18 Where can I rent a car? 46

Korean Dialogues 46

Vocabulary 47

Lesson Notes 51

18.1 Uses of the Infinitive V: with Particle <$$$> Only if 51

18.2 Uses of the Infinitive VI: with <$$$> Even though 53

18.2.1 <$$$> Even though 53

18.2.2 Special Copular Form <$$$> 54

18.2.3 Asking and Giving Permission with <$$$> 55

18.2.4 Doesn't have to … with <$$$> 55

18.3 Some Idiomatic <$$$> Expressions 56

18.4 Infinitive <$$$>: Get/Become 56

18.5 Can/Cannot Do: <$$$> 58

18.6 Expressing and with <$$$> 59

18.7 Noun <$$$> through the agency of Noun 60

18.8 Decides/agrees to do with <$$$> 60

Exercises 61

Lesson 19 What's the music you're listening to? 68

Korean Dialogues 68

Vocabulary 70

Lesson Notes 73

19.1 The <$$$> Modifiers 73

19.2 The Processive Modifier <$$$> 75

19.3 Modifier Clauses 76

19.4 Posimodifier Pattems 79

19.4.1 Postmodifier Clauses with <$$$>: on the way to 79

19.4.2 Postmodifier Clauses for Ever, Never, Sometimes 80

19.4.2.1 Postmodifier Clauses using <$$$> for Past Tense 80

19.4.2.2 Postmodifier Clauses using <$$$> for Non-Past Tense 81

19.5 The Retrospective Modifier <$$$> 83

19.6 The Particle <$$$> 84

19.7 Words for Young and Old 85

19.8 Modifiers with <$$$>: the fact of…ing; …ing 87

Exercises 88

Lesson 20 Review 3 94

Summary of Lesson Notes 94

20.1 Pattern Review 94

English to Korean Translation 102

Korean to English Translation 103

Lesson 21 How about if I come to collect them on Friday? 106

Korean Dialogues 106

Vocabulary 107

Lesson Notes 112

21.1 Verbs: Conditional Form in <$$$> 112

21.2 Uses of <$$$> (1): If …, When(ever) 113

21.3 Uses of <$$$> (2): Hopes and Wishes 114

A <$$$> 114

B <$$$> 114

21.4 Uses of <$$$> (3): Polite Requests 115

A <$$$>: I wouId be grateful if 115

B <$$$>: I should be grateful if 116

21.5 Other Uses of the Conditional 116

A <$$$>: Obligation 117

B <$$$>: Denial of Permission 117

21.6 The Intentive <$$$> intending to 118

21.7 <$$$>: if one intends to 120

21.8 The Adverb <$$$> 121

21.9 First Realizations with <$$$> 122

Exercises 123

Lesson 22 It seems you're really overdoing it lately! 129

Korean Dialogues 129

Vocabulary 131

Lesson Notes 135

22.1 Expressing While with <$$$> 135

22.2 Contrasted Topics with <$$$> 136

22.3 Mild Exclamations in <$$$> 137

22.4 Abbreviated Verbs of Manner 137

22.5 Verbs: Transferentive <$$$> 141

22.6 More on the Auxiliary Verb <$$$> 143

22.6.1 Review of <$$$> 143

22.6.2 Use of <$$$> as a Pseudo-Particle 145

22.7 As long as you're at it … with <$$$> 146

22.8 Modifiers with <$$$> Seems 146

Exercises 148

Lesson 23 I have a friend visiting from England?is it OK if I bring him along? 153

Korean Dialogues 153

Vocabulary 155

Lesson Notes 158

23.1 Imminent Elaboration with Circumstantial <$$$> 158

23.2 In spite of…ing with <$$$> 161

23.3 Other Uses <$$$> 162

23.4 The Postnoun <$$$> and Diminutive <$$$> 162

23.4.1 The Postnoun <$$$> 162

23.4.2 The Diminutive <$$$> 163

23.5 Modifiers (2): The Prospective Modifier <$$$> 164

23.6 Prospective Modifier Clauses 165

23.7 Plain/Past Base + <$$$> When 167

23.8 More on <$$$> Time When 168

23.8.1 <$$$> Every time…; Whenever … 168

23.8.2 Ever since 169

23.8.3 <$$$> Until 169

23.9 Seems like it will … with <$$$> 169

23.10 Was going to … but with <$$$> 170

Exercises 171

Lesson 24 Would you mind watching the house while I pop over to the police station? 176

Korean Dialogues 176

Vocabulary 178

Lesson Notes 183

24.1 Modifier Clauses <$$$> After … ing 183

24.2 Modifier Clauses: While … ing 184

24.3 <$$$>: Because of … ing 185

24.4 Verbs: Adverbative Form 186

24.5 Causatives in <$$$> 188

24.6 <$$$>: gets so that …, turns out so that 190

24.7 <$$$>: It would be best to 191

24.8 Expressing Intentions 192

24.9 <$$$>: as soon as …; in accordance with 193

Exercises 195

Lesson 25 Review 4 201

Summary of Lesson Notes 201

25.1 Pattern Review 201

Review Exercises 208

Lesson26 I was up until late last night drinking with friends from work 210

Korean Dialogues 210

Vocabulary 212

Lesson Notes 216

26.1 The Plain Style 216

26.1.1 Plain Style Statements 216

26.1.2 Descriptive and Processive Verbs 216

26.1.3 Bases That Can Be Either Processive or Descriptive 218

26.1.4 Plain Style: The Bases <$$$>, <$$$>, and <$$$> 219

26.1.5 Plain Style: Past and Future Forms 219

26.2 Plain Style Questions 220

26.2.1 Type 1 Questions: <$$$>, <$$$> 220

26.2.2 Type 2 Questions: <$$$> 221

26.3 Plain Style: Suggestions in <$$$> 222

26.4 Plain Style Commands 223

26.4.1 Plain Style Commands Type 1: <$$$> 223

26.4.2 Plain Style Commands Type 2: <$$$> 224

26.5 Plain Style: The Copula 225

26.6 Intimate Style 225

26.7 Because of … ing with <$$$> 227

26.8 The Copula Transference: Special Uses 229

26.8.1 Infinitive <$$$> 229

26.8.2 Errand-Type Requests with <$$$> 230

26.8.3 Directional Particle <$$$> 230

Exercises 231

Leson 27 He says he wants to go to the States to study 238

Korean Dialogues 238

Vocabulary 240

Lesson Notes 243

27.1 Quotations: Direct and indirect 243

27.1.1 Direct Quotations 243

27.1.2 Indirect Quotations 245

27.2 More on Quoted Questions 247

27.3 More on Quoted Suggestions 248

27.4 More on Quoted Commands 249

27.5 The Copula in Quotations 251

27.6 Special Uses of the Quoted Copula 252

27.7 <$$$> … According to 253

27.8 Using <$$$> to Quote <$$$> Give me 254

27.9 The Particle <$$$> More Meanings 255

Exercises 257

Lesson 28 Are they still selling it in bookstores? 267

Korean Dialogues 267

Vocabulary 269

Lesson Notes 272

28.1 Retrospective Aspect 272

28.1.1 Retrospective Sentences 272

28.1.2 Apperceptive Retrospective Sentences 275

28.2 More on Retrospective Modifiers in 275

28.3 <$$$> 276

28.4 Retrospective Conditionals in <$$$> 277

28.4.1 If … Clauses in Conditionals 277

28.4.2 Then … Clauses in Conditionals: Review of Past-Past, Past-Future, and Past-Past future 277

28.5 Additional Uses of the Quotation Pattern in <$$$> 279

28.5.1 Converting Plain Style Retrospective <$$$> to Polite Style: <$$$> 279

28.5.2 Quotation Repeats 279

28.6 Errand Reporting 280

28.7 <$$$>: To the extent that… 281

28.8 <$$$> : after VERBing 282

28.9 Noun <$$$>: for the sake of Noun 282

28.9.1 Noun <$$$> 282

28.9.2 Verb <$$$> 283

Exercises 283

Lesson 29 Honey, do you know where the car keys are? 289

Korean Dialogues 289

Vocabulary 291

Lesson Notes 294

29.1 More Summative Forms: <$$$> 294

29.1.1 <$$$> I: really does/is 294

29.1.2 <$$$> II: does/is both x and y 295

29.1.3 <$$$>: does-is, to be sure, but 296

29.1.4 <$$$>: does nothing but 296

29.2 Is on the … ing side; Is fairly ∼ pretty … with <$$$> 297

29.3 The postmodifier <$$$>: [Time] since 298

29.4 The postmodifier <$$$> : Oblique Questions in <$$$> 299

29.4.1 Mechanics of Oblique Questions in <$$$> 299

29.4.2 Oblique Questions in <$$$> with <$$$> and <$$$> 300

29.4.3 Oblique Questions in <$$$> with Information Verbs 302

29.5 Polite Questions with …<$$$> and … <$$$> 304

29.5.1 Plain Base <$$$> 304

29.5.2 Any Base <$$$> 305

Exercises 306

Lesson 30 Review 5 311

Review of Lesson Notes 311

30.1 Pattern Review 311

30.2 Verb Forms: Summary 319

30.2.1 Verb Bases 319

30.2.2 Verb Endings 325

30.3 Particles, Particle Phrases, Postnouns, and Suffixes: Summary 331

30.4 Auxiliary Verbs: Summary 332

Review Exercises 332

Reference Section 338

Korean-English Vocabulary 338

English-Korean Vocabulary 354

Korean-English Pattern Glossary 372

English-Korean Pattern Glossary 378

English Equivalents to the Korean Dialogues 383

Answer Key to Written exercises 396

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